Okay, dumb question time...
Why would you change out brake fliud? I can see if it is an older bike bit not a newer model?
Yeah, whoever did that obviously had no clue.Maybe I should have invested in that MiteVac pump and saved myself money and aggravation.
I knew I needed to flush the system, so before I take a trip next week I decided to head to the dealer ( that I don't like ) and have the service done. I also knew it would cost $170., but without the tools and time I headed off to the dealer. Well, they rolled the bike out after telling me they wiped it down ( it wasn't dirty ) and I looked at the bike, the first thing I saw was fluid on the floor board. Then I saw drops on the lower and some on the cross bar. The more I looked, the more I saw. I got the service adviser and told him to get somebody to clean it right. They send the "lot" boy that sprays something from a can to clean off the fluid, only problem that stuff changed the black plastic on the lower to a milky white. That meant they had to get some stuff that restores the black plastic. After all that I still pointed out fluid they still missed. Then it got a soap and water wash and hose off.
What a bunch of clowns, with piss poor service and lousy work ethic.
I'll never return to them again and will take my bike 50 miles away to next closest dealer if there is something they must do.
The dealer ... southern New Jersey's only remaining dealer. Barb's.